‘Tadka’ of cockroaches in lentils: food was given to the child after surgery in AIIMS, insects were found in the food earlier also


Cockroach found in lentils

Cockroach found in lentils
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Cockroaches were found in the pulses given to a four-year-old child to eat after surgery at the Pediatric Department of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi. After the matter came to light, the hospital administration changed the food in a hurry. However, the photo of the food went viral on social media.

In fact, a four-year-old child suffering from a rare stomach disease had undergone surgery. On Sunday, after fasting all night, he was given lentils to eat, in which a cockroach was found. Shahil Zaidi gave information by tweeting the photo of this incident. He wrote that after abdominal surgery in AIIMS, a cockroach was found in the pulse given to the child to eat. This is a very serious matter. At the same time, in relation to this incident, other patients also said that many times the food is not given well in AIIMS. After the incident, the AIIMS administration said that the investigation is being done taking the matter seriously. Action will be taken against whoever is found guilty in the investigation.

Worms were found in doctors’ food
Worms have already appeared in the food of the doctors living in the AIIMS hostel. In this regard, the photo and video of the said mess also went viral. At that time the administration took action and closed the said mess. Along with this, the employees were also removed. According to the doctors, a lot of care should be taken regarding the food given to the patients. Bad food can cause infection to the patient.

Surgery done thrice in 11 months
A four-year-old Noida resident admitted in a private ward has undergone three surgeries in 11 months. The child’s mother Anjum said that the son has a rare intestinal disease. Without enema the child is unable to defecate. The mother told that because of the surgery, she was not being given anything to eat for two days already. He remained on an empty stomach for eight days after the surgery. Sunday was the ninth day of surgery. The doctor had suggested giving lentils or porridge in the food.

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Cockroaches were found in the pulses given to a four-year-old child to eat after surgery at the Pediatric Department of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi. After the matter came to light, the hospital administration changed the food in a hurry. However, the photo of the food went viral on social media.





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